|Reminder #1: Copy your VantagePoint-SCE Registration Code to a safe place before starting. You might need to enter it again to activate VantagePoint-SCE. To see your Registration Code, start VantagePoint-SCE, go to the Help menu, and click "Manage License".|
Reminder #2: There are two ways to access the VantagePoint-SCE download. You can log in using your User Name and Password, or (more easily) in VantagePoint-SCE, go to the Help Menu and click "Visit Downloads Page ...".
Reminder #4: Install VantagePoint-SCE using Administrator permissions.
Reminder #5: The first time a user launches VantagePoint-SCE they must use the shortcut installed to the Start menu so Windows Installer can configure settings.
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If you are upgrading any other version of VP-SCE, then you should:
Yes - Version 11 can open any VPT files created in previous versions. If the VPT file was created in VantagePoint-SCE Version 10 or earlier, some browser sheets created by the MatrixViewer, Gantt chart, Aduna Maps, and other advanced scripts will not display correctly. You must re-create these browser sheets with the updated scripts included in your version 11 installation.
Older versions of VantagePoint-SCE will NOT be able to read files created OR SAVED by version 11 or later.
No. Version 11 is intended to replace version 10 and features such as toolbar buttons, functions of the scripts menu, updating macros and thesauri, will not work correctly if both versions are installed. For this reason, concurrent installations of version 11 and any earlier version are not supported.
We have stopped supporting version 9.1, but we will provide limited support for version 10 until the next major release (several months). If you need to request a macro for version 10, please remind us of the version ahead of time. There are a lot of helpful things in v11 that are not backwards compatible.
Your Registration Code is your key to unlock VantagePoint. Sometimes you may need to change computers and move VantagePoint to a new computer. In this case, you must deactivate the Registration Code on the old computer before it can be used on the new computer. Or, if your computer will be reformatted or upgraded to a new operating system, you must first deactivate the Registration Code or you won't be able to use it again.
Click this link to open a Microsoft web page that explains how to determine which Windows operating system you are running: